Wayne State University
Close Relationships Laboratory
Laboratory Director: Richard B. Slatcher, Ph.D.
|Research Team (L
to R): Rich Slatcher, Brook McKay, Sarah Stanton, Morgan McCarter,
Allison Farrell, Dan Saleh, Julia Briskin, Tara Tehlirian, Ledina
Imami, Niharika Dantuluri, Sabrina Thelen, Michael Harvey, Akbar Husain|
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Welcome to the Wayne State University Close Relationships Laboratory.
The mission of the laboratory is to improve our understanding of close relationship processes and the links between relationships and health from a social psychological perspective. Our research focuses on adult romantic relationships as well as family relationships and friendships.
To learn about current research projects in the laboratory, please click on any of the links below or contact the Laboratory Director, Richard Slatcher.
If you are looking for information about the Asthma in the Lives of Families Today (ALOFT) study, please click here.